Guess who is back, NOKIA?

by | Jun 20, 2019 | Mobile | 0 comments

Many of us can remember they hay day of feature phones. We all had them, from the 1st polyphonic ringtones with the advent of colour screens. The excitement was palpable. What would they think of next? Recently the smartphone market has really become a race to achieve the same thing with most devices looking the same they have lost their individual flair.

Who can forget this one:

The Nokia 5140 with built-in flashlight, camera, spirit level and water and shock resistant.

Nokia has come back to the phone game with their newly released Nokia 3.2 in South Africa. Boasting a 6.26inch HD+ displays with a beefy 4000MaH battery the devices claims to have 2-day battery life.

With a dedicated google assistant button powered by the capable Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 mobile chipset, “The Nokia 3.2 will revolutionise the way you interact with your smartphone, ensuring that your experience keeps getting better,” said HMD Global Southern Africa general manager Shaun Durandt, “Premiering the dedicated Google Assistant button, you’ll be able to get directions, make calls, listen to music and get answers to your questions at the touch of a button.”

This new addition to the Nokia Family is available from Vodacom Stores and selected retailers for R2399.00 or R179 p/m on a standard 24-month contract.

Nokia 3.2

Display

6.26-inch 1,520 x 720 IPS LCD

Chipset

Qualcomm Snapdragon 429

RAM

2GB

Storage

16GB, microSD up to 400GB

Rear Camera

13MP

Front Camera

5MP

OS

Android 9 Pie

Battery

4,000mAh

Price

R2,399

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